Joseph Gianchinta will be honored
The Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual awards dinner on Thursday, April 28, at Dutchess Manor in Beacon. Cocktails with a cash bar begin at 6:30 p.m. and dinner is at 7:30 p.m.
At the dinner, Joseph Gianchinta will receive the James G. Lovell Award and the Putnam History Museum will be recognized as the non-profit of the year. The chamber also will award the Business of the Year award to Foodtown, Go-Go Pops, Marbled Meat Shop or Stanco’s Auto Body, and the Silver Business Award to C&E Paint, Robert A. McCaffrey Realty, Scanga Woodworking or Yannitelli Liquor based on a public vote at surveymonkey.com.
The cost is $65 per person or $600 for a table of 10. Reservations are requested by April 15 by visiting explorecoldspring.com. Dutchess Manor is located at 263 Route 9D. For more information, call 845-265-3200.